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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50—Friday, March 20, 1970

Affliongress Announces, Plan to Sell
1114. 1 Ghetto Stores .10 Blacks

W hitt

NEW '1(.1J: ',11 A) —The rotor-
aeial
■ I
for
port nnily aryl io•
AnWrieari
announced joint
r r
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plOrlf•‘7,
prOgr:11•1
that ha
been operatill:' g'11 , 11:: for nearly
i f
year to it .,1i7 ,- the onleIly
of profitable lio ine
sfl
1•:2', fl 0111 a.lute
Fork
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to Wilek

'A noire •Aide
are now nn or lit ,• iii gOtiO Ion tor
'Olt , to !leu black owners, anal four
•.ales have already been e0011del. , 1.
II•port,...1
11 la'as
at a Inert nee ul
Ilatlem of flack lawyers, ari•owl1

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amts

stores range in net income
from $15,000 to 510,1100 annually
and nearly all have employes in
addition to the owner. Many of
the buyers are persons who have
worked in the shores in mana-
gerial roles it was no4ed. l'roject
Transfer was fundediin January'
1009 by the Ford 1: mutilation.
Martin V. Waters, pr.esident of

The

45—BUSINESS' OPPORTUNITIES

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50—BUSINESS CARDS

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HERALD ROOFING CO.

Local Independent Roofer
Free Estimates

Hot .Tar or Residential Shingles

543-5100 or Res. 676-5070

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and Jerome
.1. Striker, Project Transfer chair-
man for the American Jewish Con-



%aid the Arne:lean Jewish
throi•di a volunteer con-
olt
- • group of businessmen,
attorile:.., and accountant•. finds
o.....ried profitable businesses
Nev: York City that are avail-
able for !,ale and evaluates them
as to their financial worth and
future tar-.sibilities.
Striker noted that - Only solid
with
ith growth potential
are coo , idered." The Interracial
Council for Business Opportunity
double checks the businesses, lo-
cates potential black buyers, and
helps the buyer during turd after
the sale.

Cora_.

(Aeries and other communal ra•ii-
ties, according to reports in t h e
bulletin of the .Jewish communitie..;
of Bohemia-Moravia.
'line bulletin said that restoration
work has been completiql on the
Ilryduk Synagafme in Bratislava,
re',2arded as one of the most beauti-
ful houses of worship in Czecho-

slovakia.

The kosher kitchen maintained
by the Prague Jewish community
has been modernized with the help
of the city council, and local au-

thorities have provided financial
assistance to rebuild the wall
around the Jewish ceintdery at Pop-'I

rad, in Slovakia.

On the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, the newly discovered tomb-
stone of the desecrated grave of Henrietta Szold, the American-born
Zionist leader and founder of Hadassah, is placed next to the plaque
identifying the site of the original grave and the little garden which
was planted in her memory by Hadassah leaders 21/2. years ago. The
tombstone was found, at a considerable distance from the grave site,
on Feb. 13, which, by coincidence, was the 25th anniversary of her
death.

I'AltIS GITA 1 - A majority of ' headline: "ALL JEWS" and con-
Frenchmen believe that the them- tinues "who are truly loyal to
onstration.s a g a, inst President; the Torah abhor and disclaim the

4
Georges Pompidou during his Am- recent Zionist political meddling.
Th c t o
ml Is
t ne
o
NEW YORK —
n•rican tour were riot the work of We are gratified that our devoted
from
the
desecrated
grave
of
Hen-
,
Jews alone but represented a con- President Nixon recognizes that
rietta Szold, Zionist leader and
sMisos of the attitude of the Ann- , Zionist leaders cannot represent
founder of Hadassah, the Woman's
mean Motile, according to a public the faithful Jewish people.
Zionist Organization of America,
opinion poll published in La Figaro.
"All men of good will under-
Dr. I. Irving Bittker, a practic-
has been found
The poll, conducted by the re- stand that authority in Jewish re- who died in 1945,
in the course of rehabilitating the ing physician since his graduation
spected Sofres Institute, said 47 lignin's life flows only from the
from
the Detroit College of Medi-
per cent of those questioned held genuine Torah sages and not from devastated Jewish cemetery on cine in 1917, died Sunday at age 76.
the opinion against 41 per cent clenched fists. With their inflam- the Mount of Olives in Old Jeru-
Dr. Bittker, 16189 Oxley, South-
who believe that most Americans maiory boycotts and anti-French salem.
field, had a private practice at
By coincidence, the stone was
welcomed the French president. hysteria, the Zionist leaders have
3321 Rochester, Royal Oak. He was
The poll reported that 39 per once again revealed themselves found on Feb. 13. the 25th anniver-
on the staff of Deaconess Hospital
cent of Frenchmen believe that as the arch-enemies of the Jewish sary of her death.
and a diagnostician for the Detroit
The Jewish cemetery was part
the demonstrations should be taken p•ople."
Department of Health from 1917
"as a warning" by the French goy-
The advertisement was signed of the site for the building of the to 1942. Past president and charter
eriiment. '•Neturei Ka•ta of U.S.A." The Intercontinental Hotel by the Jor- member of Phi Delta Epsilon Med-
- Fifteen per cent considered Nettirei Karla is a Jerusalem or- danian government. Graves were
ical Fraternity, Dr. Bittker also
Iln•to of no imPortan•e, and 31; ganization of religious zealots who overturned and tombstones re- was a member of Temple Beth El.
per cent believe they showed lack ; reject the authority of modern Moved for construction purposes
Survivors are his wife, Celia;
of courtesy to an official guest. Israel on religious grounds. The and a road laid down straight
two sons, Dr. ThomaS E. of Moun-
The French weekly Canard En- Times advertisement also bore a across the burial grounds.
tain View,- Calif., and Dr. James
reported - that the deputy defense notation: Rabbi Chayim Reich, see-
After the Six-Day War, Israel
G.; two'Brothers, Max of San Car-
o il Lister has ordered French
retary. A JTA source said there
closed the road and set to work
los, Calif., and Barney of Holly-
nary security to compile detailed was no such rabbi in Brookly.
to reconstruct. the cemetery with
wood. Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Bernard
fists of all French Army officers
The 20 Hasidic .lews had their
meticulous accuracy. At that
(Rose) Frank; and four grandchil-
known to be friendly towards Is- names posted in the Satmar Syna-
time, the site of Miss Szold's
dren.
ran•.
gogue, Cong. Yetv Lev, in Wil-
grave was identified, a plaque
The paper noted that the min- liamsburg, after the Satmar Rebbe
placed there by Hadassah lead-
istry has denied this b u t insists ordered an investigation into the
Ben Hale Golden, 59;
ers and a small garden planted
That security officials have already placement of the January adver-
around it.
Former
Publisher of
begun the task.
t isement
Now. 2 , 2 years after the war and
. group of Hasidic Jews ex-
The 20 Jews were found to
a considerable distance from the Chattanooga Times
pelted from the Satmar Syria-
have been responsible for pre-
— Ben Hale
t complete tombstone
site, an almost
imsV
gogue in Brooklyn for placing an , paring
and placement of the
Golden, former president and pub-
o
d .
ir tually a
.:anti-Zionist and anti-Israel ad-
January advertisement and with was foun
!
lisher
of
the
Chattanooga
Times,
has
been
obliterated,
They inscription
vertisement in the New York
raising funds to pay for it.
a Hebrew letters slat- died here Sunday at age 59.
's last January are respon- ! were ordered banned from the bt u there re
At
one
time
married
to
Ruth
ing "Daughter of Rabbi Benjamin"

for preparation and place-
synagogue and all other Satmar
j Sulzberger of the New York Times
and others indicating dates of birth
meat of a
'tar advertisement
institutions until they formally
Sulzber*ers
Mr
Golden
was
named
and death according to the He-' ,
in the Times March 12, the Jew-
depented their action.
president
'
a
and . pub isher of the
l
brew calendar.
ish Telegraphic Agency has
However, the JTA Was told, the
Chattanooga paper in 1957 after
learned.
20 found refuge in a small Hasidic
These remnants of the original having been general manager and
The advertisement has a large synagogue in Brooklyn..
inscription make it possible to assistant publisher. An executive
identify the stone as that of Hen- with the Tennessee Valley Author-
• • •
rietta Szold, the daughter of the ity from
1936 to 1942, he was
great Baltimore rabbi, Dr. Ben- living in retirement at Neptune
jamin Szold, who was born in Bal- Beach, Fla.
timore on Dec. 21, 1860 and died
_
: ,
in Jerusalem on Feb. 13. 1945.
The newly discovered tombstone Mark Levy. Owner
has been placed next to the plaque of Construction Firm
and the garden identifying the
Mark Daniel Levy, owner of the
original grave.
' Lawrence Construction Co., and

I. Irving Bittker
Physician Age 76

Rabbis Pray as Pompidou Visits

ref I ILIA.,

Household and Office Furniture
to, al and Into, •toti,.

Also storage.

09.2-4587

LARKINS MOVING CO.

A & D CONSTRUCTION

.

All I 1 ,es of home iitmro% c.111t91t

and new r 011•11,1,114m
Frei. ,,ttiliatcs.

476-9288

N
t 311 M1 1017

LONDON (.ITA I—Czech authori- •

ties are assisting in the restoration
of Jewish historical landmarks and
in the rehabilitation of Jewish cent-'

Most Frenchmen View Proteits 1
as Consensus of Americans

Pompidou Scored Success
in White House Visit

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Czech Authorities
1 Tombstone from Henrietta Szold Grave
Help Restore Jewish I Found on 25th Anniversary of Death
Landmarks, Facilities

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past senior vice commander of De-
troit Post 135 of the Jewish War
Veterans, died Sunday at age 69.
Mr. Levy, 18400 Stoepel. was a
native of Paris and lived in Detroit
50 years. He was a veteran of
World War I.
Survivors are his wife. Esther;
a son, David: three daughters,
Mrs. Joseph (Diane) Halberg, Mrs.
Erndst (Cecile) Kamins and Mrs.
Robert (Sylvia) Penfil: one brother,
four sisters and 10 grandchildren.

WASHINGTON (ZINS) — Politi-
cal experts acknowledge that Pres-
ident Pompidou scored a triumph
at the White House, despite per-
sisting policy differences in re-
- spect of the Middle East.
It is believed that Pompidou was
-OAR?
able to persuade the Americans
that his decision to deliver Mirages
CON ■ CFNCc
• to Libya was not only in the
interests of the U.S. and France. Unionists Join in Honoring
but also of benefit to Israel.
Kashrut Supervisors' Head
Pompidou argued, it is reported,
NEW YORK — The American
The New York Board of Rabbis, joined by more than 1.000 adults
that since both America and labor community has joined with
and children, holds a "Call to Conscierrce" service at Isaiah Wall of
England have vacated their bases the Jewish National Fund of Amer-
the I'S. At the time that French President Pompidou was received by
in Libya. leaving a vacuum, there ica to establish a new settlement
1."rhant. Rahhi Harold I. Sap erstein. the board president, noted that
was danger that Moscow would in Israel, in tribute to Rabbi
quickly move to fill that vacuum.
••Pompidou has inherited the megalomania of de Gaulle. He has led
H. Hurwitz secretary-manager of
his people :may front the sacred shrine of moral principle and its
and that the sale of Mirages to
the Kashrut Supervisors Union
commitment to supply Israel with planes desperately needed for its
Libya has averted that peril.
Local 621. A committee of leaders
defense. 1 am confident that somehow Israel will survive: I am not so
in labor, industry and government
sure about France. A nation which resorts to deception and double-
The advertisement is one of the is being formed to make plans
dealing. a nation which denies truth and justice, gets caught in its
n lost interesting and difficult of for this tribute. A testimonial ban-
n web. .\ nation which undermines freedons and dimocracy abroad
nodern literary forms. quet will be held at the Ameri-
may hate difficulty preserving them at hom•."
-Aldous Huxley: . cana Hotel Dec. 17.

NEW YORK
o, " RABBIS

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